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According Monsters and Critics, Johnny will be presenting an award on the MTV Movie Awards show this Sunday.
Mark Burnett, the show producer, spoke to various reporters and confirmed that Depp, will be appear and present at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, June 1st. The Awards show will feature Mike Myers as host, and presenters Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Steve Carell, Robert Downey Jr. and many others who will dole out the golden popcorn awards for various achievements in film.
The U.S. TV show that made JOHNNY DEPP famous is making its way to the big screen, under the watchful eye of comedy star JONAH HILL, according to reports.
Depp found fame playing baby-faced police officer Tom Hanson in 1980s undercover cop series 21 Jump street when he was just 24. The role helped him land parts in movies Cry Baby and Edward Scissorhands, which catapulted him to Hollywood fame.
Superbad star Hill will serve as the new film’s executive producer and script writer, and will be joined by the original series’ co-creator Stephen J. Cannell, according to EW.COM.
Depp’s camp has yet to confirm if he will consider a cameo appearance in the film.
Johnny Depp doesn’t sport all that jewelry just to look hot. (That’s just a by-product.)
In advance of his 45th birthday on June 9, Johnny’s Angels—a club whose members share both a love for the Sweeney Todd star and a yen for doing good—is urging fellow fans to don a Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition memorial bracelet (which Depp has been spotted wearing) in honor of the brave kids involved with the organization and the way they’ve touched the lives of others.
Depp’s wristwear is imprinted with the phrase “Today Is a Gift…Have Fun,” but other choices include “Only Love” and “Live and Love It Up.” The messages are printed on a silver bar on a silver or leather band and 100 percent of the proceeds go to the CHPCC.
“Thanks to organizations like Johnny’s Angels, more and more people are learning about the work of [CHPCC],” said cofounders Lori Butterworth and Devon Dabbs. “With the support of Mr. Depp’s fans, we know that we’ll be better able to make a difference in the lives of children with life-threatening conditions and their families.”
Other celebs who have worn the bracelets: Tom Hanks, George Clooney, Mandy Moore, Jeremy Piven, Kiefer Sutherland, Nia Vardalos, Bradley Whitford, Jane Kaczmarek and Tom Bergeron.
A British literary agency says actor Johnny Depp’s half brother Daniel will publish his first novel.
“Loser’s Town” follows a private detective called in when a Hollywood star begins receiving death threats.
MBA Literary Agents Ltd. said Friday that Daniel Depp struck a deal with Simon and Schuster to publish the book in the United States and Britain early next year. Canadian rights have been acquired by Penguin and French rights have been sold to Presses de la Cite.
Depp is a scriptwriter and producer. He splits his time between France and California.
The stars of “Hairspray,” “Sweeney Todd” and “Enchanted” are among the celebrities competing for the MTV Movie Awards.
The annual awards show allows viewers the chance to nominate and vote for their favorite films. Awards are presented in the categories of Best Comedic Performance, Best Female Performance, Best Male Performance, Breakthrough Performance, and Best Movie; as well as the tongue-in-cheek slots for Best Fight, Best Kiss, Best Villain and Best Summer Movie So Far.
Nominees in the Best Villain category include Johnny Depp (“Sweeney Todd) and Denzel Washington (“American Gangster”); Washington also received a nomination for Best Male Performance.
“Enchanted” star Amy Adams is nominated for Best Comedic Performance and Best Female Performance; she also scored a nod for “Best Kiss” with “Enchanted” co-star Patrick Dempsey.
“Hairspray” star Nikki Blonsky was acknowledged for her work as dance revolutionary Tracy Turnblad in the Breakthrough Performance slot, as was her co-star, Zac Efron, for his performance as crooner Link Larkin.
In the category of “Best Summer Movie So Far” is the upcoming film of “Sex and the City,” which features a host of theatre actors.
The MTV Movie Awards will be presented June 1 at 8 PM on the MTV Network. To vote for the 2008 MTV Movie Awards, visit www.mtv.com.